10 expert reviews
“An upscale boutique property with 100 rooms, Malmaison Hotel Edinburgh is housed in a former house of ill repute (yes, a brothel).”
"Impressive former sea mens' mission, set on the quayside; the first of the Malmaison hotels."
"A superb renovation of Leith's former Seamen's Mission building featuring art deco styling, four-poster beds and a first class restaurant and Parisian bistro."
"Chic, modern hotel set in the grand old seamen’s hostel just back from the wharf-side."
"Located a 15-minute drive from the center (a long half-hour walk), this hotel cuts a fashionable figure in the longshoreman's part of town" Full review
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"It's a respectable part of the spruced-up waterfront, its brasserie and bar buzzing, with guests spilling out onto the cobbled street." Full review
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